Raúl Montalvo
"Senior executive passionate about applied economic research with international experience".

Dr. Montalvo Corzo has dedicated his research and teaching work to microeconomic theory and applied it to the economy of a business, industrial organization, econometrics, game theory and global business, areas on which he has extensively written. Amongst his publications and intellectual contributions the following stand out: the co-authorship of 6 books, 10 book chapters, 15 scientific articles, diverse publications and participation in numerous newspapers, specialized journals and radio and tv programs. 

Dr. Corzo has been an associate researcher in applied macroeconomics and optimum stochastic control in the Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas and has worked in the private sector in the field of insurance. He has also acted as a consultant in projects for a range of businesses. 

He has been active as a member in various professional organizations such as Coparmex Jalisco’s Economic Analysis Committee, the Committee for Economic Development and the Board of the US Chamber of Commerce, the Consultative Board of Advisors of the Secretariat of Economic Promotion of the State of Jalisco, the Jalisco Academy of Sciences and the Institute of Statistics and Geography. He is also a member of the SNI (Sistema Nacional de Investigadores), Level 1, Conacyt. 

In addition to his role as Director of EGADE Business School Guadalajara, Dr. Montalvo has served as the Director of the Graduate School of Administration on the Guadalajara  campus and of the Graduate School of Administration and Business Administration. He has been a visiting professor in countries such as as the UK, Peru, Equador, Colombia, Panama, France and the US and has delivered a SNOC (Small Network Online Course) for the GNAM (Global Network for Advanced Management) consortium. 

He has completed short term programs in economic geography and overlapping generations in the Technical University of Lisbon; business and the Chinese market in Fundan University and Peking university; data visualization at the Stevens Institute of Technology and Entrepreneurship at Babson College. 

    • Ph.D. in Economics
      University of Essex
    • Master of Economics
      Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas A. C. (CIDE)
  1. Member of the National System of Researchers (SNI) from the Ministry of Technology and Science in Mexico (CONACYT) “Level 1” from 2011-2013, 2014-2017, 2018-2021
  2. Member of the National System of Researchers (SNI) from the Ministry of Technology and Science in Mexico (CONACYT) “Level C” from 2008-2010
  3. Prize to the best Graduate Teaching Assistant at the Economics Department at the University of Essex (2000-2001)
  1. Montalvo, R.  (2019) Effect of stock market volatility on GDP using MIDAS in Nonlinear Time series in finance. Universidad de Guadalajara.
  2. Montalvo, R. & Daspro, E.(2018) Entertainment industry: KidZania and Cinépolis in Mexican Multinationals: How to Build Multinationals in Emerging Markets. Cambridge University Press.
  3. Montalvo, R. & Daspro, E. (2018) The hospitality industry: Hoteles City Express and Grupo Posadas in Mexican Multinationals: How to Build Multinationals in Emerging Markets. Cambridge University Press.
  4. Pérez, R.; Montalvo, R. & Bernal LA (2018) Efect of stock market volatility on gdp using midas in Recent Topics in Time Series and Finance: Theory and Applications in Emerging Markets. Universidad de Guadalajara.
  5. Implementing innovative financial models in different cultures: A comparative analysis of China and Mexico, Cross Cultural & Strategic Management
  6. Determinants of Strategic Risk Management in Emerging Markets Supply Chains: The Case of Mexico. Journal of Economics, Finance and Administrative Science
  7. Fuerzas y factores que configuran la Integración Económica de América del Norte Revista Mexicana de Política Exterior
  8. Entrepreneurial Clusters in China and Mexico – implications for Competitiveness. GCG-University- Georgetown University
  9. Entertainment Industry. Mexican Multinationals: How to build multinationals in emerging markets. Cambridge Press UK